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Pryor Center Hosts 'Boy Erased' Author, Garrard Conley, Jan. 25
The Arkansas native wrote a memoir – soon to be a movie – about surviving conversion therapy and speaks at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25.
Doctoral Student Expands Knowledge of Racial Microaggressions
Kendra Shoge, a doctoral student in counselor education, studies the small acts that carry the clinical description of racial microaggressions and plans to write her dissertation on the topic.
New Recording Features First Major Female African-American Composer
Recently discovered work of Arkansas native Florence Price has been recorded for the first time by U of A music professor Er-Gene Kahng.
MLK Recommitment Banquet to Honor Five; Local Pastor to Speak
Twenty scholarships will be awarded during the 22nd annual recommitment banquet to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 15.
Poultry Science Signs Exchange Agreement with Malaysian University
U of A poultry science program meeting industry need for more professionals with third recent agreement with outside university.
NSF Grant to Help Honors College Recruit STEM Students
The National Science Foundation will award nearly $1 million over five years to recruit STEM students from underrepresented populations.
Author of 'White Rage' to Speak on Racial Divide One Year After Presidential Election
Carol Anderson, author of White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, will present the lecture about the cultural context leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
Beldens Support Students, Faculty and Athletics With $2 Million Campaign Gift
A gift from alumni Ted and Leslie Belden will create a faculty chair in architecture, a CARE scholarship and an endowed fund in athletics.
Tonight's Blair Center Legacy Series Symposium Explores 'Legacies of the Chicano Movement'
The Diane D. Blair Center will host its seventh Blair Legacy Series symposium, titled "Legacies of the Chicano Movement" with keynote speaker José Ángel Gutiérrez at 6 tonight, Thursday, Nov. 2.
American Culture One Year after the 2016 Presidential Election: African and African American Studies to Host Bestselling Author and Acclaimed Scholar Dr. Carol Anderson